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Mathematician

Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, French mathematician. Recipient Paul Langevin Academy of Sciences award, Paris, 1987, award Association Rayonnement Français pour Science Mathematics Physical, 1997. Member Society Mat. France (president 1990-1992, council member 1986-1992), American Mathematics Society, Deutsche Mathematics Ver., European Mathematics Society (president 1995-1998), Academy Europaea.

Background

Bourguignon, Jean-Pierre was born on July 21, 1947 in Lyons, France. Son of Georges Bourguignon and Lucette Aymès.

Education

Ingénieur, École Polytechnique, Paris, 1968. Doctor d'État in Science Mathematics University Paris VII, 1974.

Career

Attaché of research National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, 1968-1974, chargé research, 1974-1980, director research, since 1981. Professor mathematics École Polytechnique, since 1986. Visiting professor State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1972-1973, University Bonn, Germany, 1976-1977, Institute Advanced Study, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1980, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1980, Mathematics Science Research Institute, Berkeley, California, 1994.

President mathematics section Committee National Research Science, 1980-1983. Director Center Mathematics École Polytechnique, Paris, 1990-1994, Institute Hautes Études Science Bures-sur-Yvette, France, 1994.

Membership

Member Society Mat. France (president 1990-1992, council member 1986-1992), American Mathematics Society, Deutsche Mathematics Ver., European Mathematics Society (president 1995-1998), Academy Europaea.

Connections

Married Annie Gallet, September 15, 1968. Children: Véronique, Jean-Christophe, Pierre-Yves.

father:
Georges Bourguignon

mother:
Lucette Aymès

spouse:
Annie Gallet

children:
Véronique Bourguignon

Jean-Christophe Bourguignon

Pierre-Yves Bourguignon